Henry Stanton
Sex (Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English)
August 19, 2019 Comments.. 696
Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English Should anyone doubt that previous generations entertained odd unusual misinformed even outright bizarre notions about what constituted a healthy mind a healthy body and a healthy rational attitud
  • Title: Sex (Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English)
  • Author: Henry Stanton
  • ISBN: 9781437804317
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Should anyone doubt that previous generations entertained odd, unusual, misinformed, even outright bizarre notions about what constituted a healthy mind, a healthy body and a healthy, rational attitude about matters sexual, look no farther than Henry Stanton s treatise Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English brbrOften hilarious with it s excessive Victorian prudiShould anyone doubt that previous generations entertained odd, unusual, misinformed, even outright bizarre notions about what constituted a healthy mind, a healthy body and a healthy, rational attitude about matters sexual, look no farther than Henry Stanton s treatise Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English brbrOften hilarious with it s excessive Victorian prudity, the medical and psychological advice given is sometimes downright alarming Going blind is the least of your worries It s safe to say that a couple completely ignorant of the intricacies of sex and marriage would fare better than young newlyweds schooled by Stanton.
    Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed In Plain Mar , Sex Avoided subjects Discussed in Plain English I loved this ebook, it was fun, and liberating It was very interesting to read about the distant aproach people had years ago to sex I wished people read it. Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English Should anyone doubt that previous generations entertained odd, unusual, misinformed, even outright bizarre notions about what constituted a healthy mind, a healthy body and a healthy, rational attitude about matters sexual, look no farther than Henry Stanton s treatise Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English brbrOften hilarious with it s excessive Victorian Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English by Henry Stanton s book Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English is intended as a frank although consevative and moralistic guide to human sexual behaviour and relationships It is partly a self help book, partly an attempt to relay the scientific knowledge of the day in relation to sex and reproduction in a way suitable for popular consumption. The Project Gutenberg eBook of Sex, Avoided Subjects To a large extent, however, children and adolescents are still taught to look on all that pertains to sex as something shameful and immodest, something not to be discussed Sex is an Avoided Subject THE LAW OF PHYSICAL LIFE Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English Nov , SEX IN THE ADOLESCENT FEMALE FROM PUBERTY TO MATURITY Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English by Henry Stanton Read by Phil Chenevert Copyrigh Sex Avoided subjects Discussed in Plain English Henry Sex is an Avoided Subject This is fundamentally wrong Sex affects the very root of all human life Its activities are not obscene, but Nature s own means to certain legitimate ends The sex functions, when properly controlled and led into the proper channels, are a LibriVox Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English version Henry STANTON Henry Stanton was appalled at the shocking lack of information given to young people about sex and reproduction in his time He felt this was a crime that needed to be fixed and so he wrote this book explaining sex for young and old Ignorance of basic reproductive Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English Henry LibriVox recording of Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English by Henry Stanton Read in English by Phil Chenevert Henry Stanton was appalled at the shocking lack of information given to young people about sex and reproduction in his time mid s. Learn English Through Story Subtitles SEX Avoided Jan , Sex Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English Henry STANTON Henry Stanton was appalled at the shocking lack of information given to young people about sex and reproduction in his time. Sex avoided subjects discussed in plain English Chicago citation style Stanton, Henry Sex avoided subjects discussed in plain English New York city, Social mentor publications, Web.
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    1. Jen says:

      Fascinating except that at times upsetting It s a book written in 1922 about sex I imagine it was revolutionary in its time Much of it is so false, it would make me laugh if it wasn t for the fact that I know people who still think and believe some of the horrible falsehoods I used to believe much of the what he says is the proper role of the wife Some of my favorite things to hate about this book Sex s only purpose is for procreation The only purpose of marriage is to have sex and procreate, th [...]

    2. Thom Swennes says:

      I gave Sex by Henry Stanton four stars One might think that the title would deserve nothing less but the title has very little to do with the work itself Published in 1922, the book is based on facts and or suppositions that are either bogus or incomplete It was, in my opinion, very humorous and I laughed out loud than once It does give a good insight into how the social views of such a delicate subject as sexuality for both sexes has changed in the last century The work must have caused quite [...]

    3. Jenna says:

      This book made me laugh When I began to read it I did not know when it was written and half way through I finally figured out that it was written during the flapper times There is good advice in the beginning about being open with your children about sex and giving them simple truths Later on though, when he points out the reasons for loseness in girls he blames it on freedom and the invention of the automobile I almost started crying with laughter when I saw that he blamed cars Ah Then furthe [...]

    4. Jerry Williams says:

      Archaic and Horrible

    5. Avis Black says:

      This is the sort of book that justly gave the Victorians a bad name.

    6. Evolots says:

      First published in 1922 and republished in 2008 BURN IT I feel like the world is making some weird U turns and trying to get us back to the Victorian age full force This book is not simply outdated, it is full of untrue statements and claims It stigmatises masturbation, claims that small breasts are underdeveloped and may be sign of early masturbation for girls, says giving birth should go with relatively little pain and not be dangerous, talks at length at how unnatural and against society birt [...]

    7. Michael Bowman says:

      Thought it might be interesting, instead it was silly You can t claim pure naturalism and then stake a claim on what is and is not moral behavior You cut off your own legs Stanton.

    8. Cherise says:

      Things I ve learned 1 Masturbation in young boys leads to epilepsy.2 Masturbation in young girls leads to warts on the hands and fingers 3 If young girls are not kept clean around their genital organs to the point where it becomes itchyand they thus begin to relive the sensation by masturbating the Mother is to be at fault.4 Foods such as vinegar , mustard , spices , tea and coffee hasten puberty.5 Brunette females will hit puberty before blondes.6 Those living in the country mature several mont [...]

    9. Talia says:

      I found this book at Project Gutenberg and thought it would be interesting to read a book regarding sex education from a 1920s viewpoint AND one written by a man.With a few exceptions, the book was thoughtful, well balanced and did not cater to the views that women were inferior to men or that their desires or disreputable tendencies occurred less frequently than that of their male counterparts.There were a few moments where I had to laugh at the outdated and puritanical ideas that were professe [...]

    10. Scott Harris says:

      This book gets points for the comic value of its outdated views on sexuality, to the point of misinformation about healthy sexuality It was much a Victorian social protector that an education tool The book offers some stunningly inaccurate facts about the human body and the nature of human attraction.

    11. Evan says:

      Enlightened only insofar as it pleads for open discussion about the reality and necessity of sex sexuality, but the messages this 1922 tome advocates were already out of date in 1922 and are rigid and downright wrong of the masturbation will make you go blind school of thought Interesting as an historical curio now It s a short read and you can find it on Project Gutenburg.

    12. Skoora says:

      Humorous due to it s dated material, but an interesting look into the mentality concerning sex in the early 20th century A rather nice reference for anyone interested in the study of the ever changing views on human sexuality.

    13. Cecy says:

      Well it was interesting to read you sort of get an idea how people viewed sex back then It s kind of funny some the things the author writes about but that s because of different times This is like hearing my grandparents thoughts and views lol.

    14. Amanda says:

      This book was nice to get some insight on how people thought back then but it is definitely dated

    15. Lawrence says:

      FALSE

    16. Andrew says:

      Like listening to your grandparents give you the talk.

    17. Marts(Thinker) says:

      ought I d listen to some 1800s views on the topic

    18. Sylvia says:

      Curiously old fashioned but straight forward book on sex ed Did you know female masturbation causes small breasts Now you do

    19. Deepak Sandhu says:

      outdated, misleading information has some good parts but misleading parts completely ruin it.

    20. Sarah Hogman says:

      An entertaining if completely obsolete book based on the evils of masturbation and sex If anything, good for a laugh A sad laugh.

    21. Omar says:

      interesting

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